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Highway 95 v3

By raaar
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Highway 95! Will you follow the road, go through the northern hills, or southern valley? 2-6 players recommended.
Size: 14 x 12

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Downloads: 6
Manual downloads:
http://api.springfiles.com/files/maps/highway_95_v3.sd7
http://spring1.admin-box.com/maps/highway_95_v3.sd7


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15 months ago
2018/05/20 ------------------ NOTES v3 ----------------------

- remade metal spot positioning to incentivize players to move along the road instead of trying to rush the corners

- added a lower ground area to make the south side landscape more interesting

- added min wind multiplier for ZK to slightly increase min wind gen output (0.3-1.2)

- improved some of the textures on the terrain

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feedback?
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15 months ago
I am on the highway to hell. Lets party like it is 1995.
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15 months ago
I think center mountain needed love, it looks like a boxy something of unknown shape.
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15 months ago
the center is meant to be the remains of a huge marble boulder that fell from space into a sea and sank to the bottom and cooled down.

half a billion years later, the planet dried out and a technological civilization decides to make a highway, finds the boulder is in the way and opts to cut through instead of going around.
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15 months ago
It looks too uniform also it is not a circle, which should be the case if it was a molten glob.
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15 months ago
it wasn't molten, just got hot during reentry....and asteroids and such don't need to be round unless they're at least hundreds of km across.

I suppose you're right about the texture, it's a bit too uniform.
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15 months ago
Im pretty sure asteroids dont stay together upon atmospheric reentry. They heat up and disintegrate. If they are big enough to survive that they would create a crater. This map does not have a crater, and so I cannot play it as the lack of realism makes this map unplayable.

Also, marble does not exist in space, as it is formed by a long period of high heat and pressure under the crust.

reeeeeeeee
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15 months ago
The technological civilisation should have cut a tunnel!
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27 days ago
It is hard to blast a tunnel from orbit.
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27 days ago
Fealthas, Most likely the planet has no atmosphere, so will not disintegrate, but will on impact, and even if water, at the speeds its going water is as hard as rock, so all bang. I don't know if there is a scenario where a meteor can mold onto the surface like a pimple. maybe a rare event of it slowing approaching and getting lodged on the surface?
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27 days ago
Everybody knows there is no such thing as a tunnel in the holy Spring Engine! Even thinking of such a thing is heresy!
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